Some Claim Donald Trump Is Losing Votes Over Vaccines

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Donald Trump was recently asked about the safety of the COVID-19 vaccines, and his interview has some supporters or potential supporters turning against him.

Some say he downplayed safety concerns. They were put off when he said he saved “100 million people” worldwide and boasted that he rushed the FDA.

Dr. Robert Malone and others want him to address the safety concerns differently. They say he will lose votes. Many believe he is getting bad advice.

What do you think? Will he lose votes? What can he do if true?

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Dr. Robert Malone “regretfully” stands with Brian.

Dr. Panda transcription (his highlighting):

Brody: The CDC is now saying they’re concerned about a link to strokes and the vaccine. We’ve also seen significant spikes in COVID-19 deaths after countries introduced the COVID vaccines. We’ve had these sudden death spikes as well. Look, I know you take credit for getting vaccines to the American people in record time; I got that. Will you acknowledge now, though that the COVID-19 vaccines were not as safe or effective as we were told by the medical community at the time?

Trump: Well, what I did is, first of all, there were no mandates with me – and I had absolutely no mandates – and the governors we allow to do what they want. Most Republican Governors did the right thing, and most Democrat governors didn’t. You know, with the lockdowns and all the other things they did, including their views of the vaccine.

I was able to get something approved that, you know, has proven to have saved a lot of lives. Some people say that I saved 100 million lives worldwide. But I was able to get that done in 9 months versus five years to 12 years if it ever got done. I got the FDA to do things that they – it was pretty amazing what we were able to do.

But as far as using it, as far as utilization, I never demanded anybody use it – I never had a mandate, and I think that’s very important to know. I never had anybody, for instance, when I said, you know, I never said close up. I never said we’re going to close our country up. A lot of Republicans, now Florida, did close for a period of time, as you know. But a lot of states run by Republican Governors didn’t close at all, and that was okay with me. I let them make that decision.

Brody: What about the safety aspect? That’s what people are concerned about now. Do you have some concerns about the safety of these vaccines?

Trump: Well, I always do, but you have to understand. There are the pros and cons. You can read some reports saying it was the greatest thing that ever happened, and we saved tens of millions of lives. Then you read other reports you’ll say that there were some problems with the vaccines in terms of certain things – but relatively small numbers. But, you know, you have many reports that say the vaccines save tens of millions of lives. That without the vaccines, you wouldn’t have had a thing like we had in 1917, where perhaps 100 million people died.

WHAT ABOUT NEXT TIME?

I remember when Donald Trump wanted to form a commission to study the adverse effects of vaccines. It would help if he addressed how he’d handle it next time around.


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